Judgments and Arbitral Awards Collection
Judgments and Arbitral Awards Collection

China Dismisses Applications for Enforcing South Korean Judgments for Lack of Jurisdiction

In 2021, due to lack of jurisdiction, a Chinese court in Liaoning Province ruled to dismiss applications for enforcing three South Korean judgments in KRNC v. CHOO KYU SHIK (2021).

China Introduces New Reciprocity Rules for Enforcing Foreign Judgments, What Does It Mean?

It means enforcing foreign judgments in China will not be much harder than that in other foreign judgments friendly countries.

The First Time Chinese Court Recognizes Singapore Bankruptcy Judgment

In 2021, Xiamen Maritime Court of China ruled to recognize a Singaporean insolvency order in In re Xihe Holdings Pte. Ltd. et al. (2020), providing an example of how Chinese courts recognize foreign bankruptcy judgments based on the principle of reciprocity.

ABLI-HCCH webinar: Cross-Border Commercial Dispute Resolution – HCCH 2005 Choice of Court and 2019 Judgments Conventions (July 27, 2022) 

The webinar ‘Cross-border Commercial Dispute Resolution – HCCH 2005 Choice of Court and 2019 Judgments Conventions’ will take place on Wednesday, July 27 between 3 to 6pm (Singapore time). This event is organized jointly by the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI) and the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH).

Is It Possible to Collect Debt from China If the Debtor Has Assets There?

What do you do as a creditor if you have a winning judgment against your debtor in a country other than the one where the debtor has assets or is located?

China Dismisses Application for Enforcing a US Judgment Due to Lack of Finality

Finality matters. In 2020, Wuxi Intermediate People’s Court of China dismissed an application for enforcing a US judgment, due to the lack of finality, in Wuxi Luoshe Printing & Dyeing Co. Ltd. v. Anshan Li et al. (2017).

News | Webinar on German-China Debt Collection (May 2022)

In cooperation with four law firms from China and Germany -Tian Yuan Law Firm, Dentons Beijing, YK Law Germany, and DRES. SCHACHT & KOLLEGEN, CJO GlOBAL organized the webinar ‘German-China Debt Collection: Enforcing Foreign Judgments & Arbitral Awards’ on 27 May 2022.

Can Judgment Creditor’s Successor Apply for Enforcing Foreign Judgments in China?

Yes, the Chinese court in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, enforced an Italian judgment in 2021, upholding the claim of the judgment creditor’s successor (Ye Aiwen v. Chen Tihu (2019)).

How Chinese Courts Ensure Impartiality in Enforcing Foreign Judgments: Ex Ante Internal Approval and Ex Post Filing- Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (XI)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the ex ante internal approval and ex post filings – a mechanism designed by China’s Supreme Court to ensure impartiality in enforcing foreign judgments.

Case Filing, Service of Process and Withdrawal of Application – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (X)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the rules on case filing, service of process and withdrawal of application.

Can Applicant Seek Interim Measures from Chinese Courts? – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (IX)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the rules on whether and how applicants may seek interim measures (conservatory measures) in cases of the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China.

Where to File Application for Enforcing Foreign Judgments in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VIII)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the supplementary rules on jurisdiction in cases of the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China.

Conditions for Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VII)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the conditions for recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China.

How to Write an Application for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VI)

How to Write an Application for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VI) Key takeaways: The 2021 Conference …

[WEBINAR] German-China Debt Collection: Enforcing Foreign Judgments & Arbitral Awards

Friday, 27 May 2022, 09:00-11:00 Berlin Time (GMT+2) /15:00-17:00 Beijing Time (GMT+8).
Four industry leaders from China and Germany, Chenyang Zhang, Partner of Tian Yuan Law Firm (China), Hualei Ding, Partner of Dentons Beijing (China), Timo Schneiders, Managing Partner of YK Law Germany, Stephan Ebner, German-US-Attorney-at-Law at DRES. SCHACHT & KOLLEGEN (Germany), will discuss whether and how foreign judgments and awards can be enforced in the two jurisdictions, a rising sector in international debt collection.

What Documents to Prepare for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (V)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post provides the documents checklist one needs to prepare for enforcing a foreign judgment in China.